A total of 143 of the world's rarest timepieces were auctioned off at Bonhams' annual Fine Watches and Wristwatches auction in London.
You may have missed your chance to make a bid on June 20, but get inspired to make an investment in next year's auction with our five favorites:
This Rolex model, which dates to the 1960s, was renamed after the iconic actor after he wore it in the 1969 movie Winning. Circa 1970
Sold for $280,625
Jack Heuer considered this model to be his favorite Tag Heuer watch, and the speedy beauty has been worn by old-school racing legends Niki Lauda, Clay Regazzoni and Ronnie Peterson. Circa 1971.
Sold for $57,775
This stainless steel Tag Heuer was one of the more colorful watches offered, with a sunburst blue dial and an orange chronograph hand. Circa 1970.
Sold for $107,297
A newer model that was no less prized, this skeletonized tourbillon wristwatch from Jaeger-LeCoultre is comprised of 373 pieces. Circa 2009.
Sold for $110,000—160,000
A whopping 46 Tag Heuers were auctioned total, and another standout was this black-coated manual-wind racing watch. Circa 1974.
Sold for $70,981